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Roar: Lions of the Kalahari (2005)

It's survival of the fittest, the fastest and the fiercest in this striking IMAX wildlife adventure about a young rogue nomadic lion who invades the domain of an elder established king of ... See full summary »

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Tim Liversedge
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It's survival of the fittest, the fastest and the fiercest in this striking IMAX wildlife adventure about a young rogue nomadic lion who invades the domain of an elder established king of the jungle and challenges him for pride supremacy at a strategic watering hole in the Kalahari Desert in Botswana. The documentary, a National Geographic production, was shot over two years by director Tim Liversedge, who also provided the stunning cinematography. Narrated by James Garrett.

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lion | big cats | See All (2) »

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A struggle for dominance in a world of thirst


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USA

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English

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22 June 2005 (France) See more »

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$219,867
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Dolby | Sonics-DDP

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1.44 : 1
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A roaring good time!
28 May 2004 | by podgy_GurlySee all my reviews

Short, but genuinely entertaining. A wonderful experience in IMAX. It is amazingly interesting, and there are some fantastic shots of lions catching their pray, playing with their cubs and even fighting for their territory. I will make a special note of the stunning landscape shots that this movie was interspersed with, for they were equally as breathtaking as the lions! It is informative and stunning. They say a lions roar can be heard for 8 kms - so could the applause this film will garnish at IMAX cinema's around the world! Rarely (if ever) will you see this type of footage again!

A must-see for all nature-lovers...a should-see for everyone else!


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